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Longest Lasting Trucks On The Road
Pickups are such an American staple that they should be discussed in the same breath as apple pie and bald eagles. Chances are if there’s not a pickup in your driveway, there surely is in the neighbor’s. Along with popularity, the price of pickups has also been on a steady rise, with ½-ton trucks easily
Jason GondermanJul 22, 2020
Diesel Power how to
How to Install a Bigger Intercooler
Check Out These Other Diesel Stories! Cummins Injection System Spotter’s Guide Compound Turbos Bring New Life to a 5.9L Cummins Engine More than a few automotive hobbyists share the urge to tinker with and modify their vehicles. For some, the projects are centered on second or third cars or trucks, which allows for prolonged downtime
Matt AlesseJul 22, 2020
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2020 Ram Heavy Duty Limited Black Edition Says Go Home, Chrome!
What’s the cure for too much chrome? Why, a monochromatic exterior, which is exactly what you’ll find on Ram‘s latest blacked-out special edition. Taking cues from the 2020 Ram 1500 Limited Black Edition, the 2020 Ram Heavy Duty Limited Black Edition is a blacked-out 3/4- or 1-ton truck absolutely peppered with black exterior accents. The
Monica GondermanJul 21, 2020
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Roadkill’s Top 10 Episodes: A Primer for Automotive Shenanigans
Roadkill, according to David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan: Have fun in cars while viewers point and laugh. Sound good? Here are the top 10 episodes to get started!
Jordon ScottJul 21, 2020
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Welcoming Our 2020 Pickup Truck of the Year Winning Ford F-250
Check Out These Other Ford Stories! Truck Trend’s 2020 Pickup Truck of the Year Recap: The MASTERPOST! 2020 Ford F-250 Super Duty Limited: 2020 Pickup Truck of the Year Winner Handing Off Our Pickup Truck of the Year Trophy to the Ford Super Duty – Chicago Auto Show Ford F-250 Super Duty Wins Truck Trend’s
Jason GondermanJul 21, 2020
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2022 Ford Bronco Raptor: What We Know (Plus, What It'll Look Like)
The newest Ford Bronco is a rugged piece, with body-on-frame construction and plenty of hardcore off-road hardware available throughout the lineup—but Ford won’t stop there. It’s almost a given that the automaker will roll out an even more muscular Bronco Raptor trim to take the top spot in the new Bronco family’s trim hierarchy. Look for the
Alexander StoklosaJul 21, 2020
Truckin how to
Installing a Custom Audio System with Subwoofer Enclosure in our 2004 Ford F250
With today's technology, it's entirely possible to have big sound without big dollars and Truckin is showing you how.
Jeremy CookJul 21, 2020
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Beautifully Restored 1937 Kenworth Bus Has 10 Doors, Five Per Side!
Once upon a time, this 1937 Kenworth Touring Motor Coach was used by the Rainier National Park Company to shuttle eager passengers up the steep mountain passes of Mount Rainier, allowing tourists to absorb the wonders of the active volcano. Hence, it’s known as the 1937 Mount Rainier Kenworth tour bus, and it dutifully reported
Monica GondermanJul 21, 2020
Diesel Power how to
Installing a Backup Camera for Trailers
Read More on Towing! Diesel Towing Trucks – Towing Basics Towing Smart – What You Need to Know Before You Tow How to Tow Like a Pro The Truth About Towing How many of you will admit to having just a small bit of uncertainty (we’re being polite and not calling it anxiety), when you
K.J. JonesJul 21, 2020
Truck Trend Network features
Gear Review: Kuat NV 2.0 Bicycle Hitch Rack
Trucks and SUVs are used for so much more than just work and transportation these days. These vehicles have become instruments of recreation as well. Not only are they used as the recreational vehicle themselves, they also haul our toys and gear. Chief among these toys are bicycles. Learning to ride a bicycle is a
Jason GondermanJul 20, 2020
Truck Trend Network news
2021 Jeep Wrangler Gets More Features as New Ford Bronco Looms
The Jeep Wrangler is the ultimate go-anywhere SUV for many off-road adventurers, but soon, it will face stiff new competition from the Ford Bronco. To keep things fresh, the Jeep—our 2019 SUV of the Year—will reportedly receive a host of new features on various trim levels for 2021, according to Mopar Insiders, including more infotainment,
Kelly LinJul 20, 2020
Truck Trend Network features
The Closest Thing to a Ranger Raptor in 2020
It pains us to even make the comparison. But really, the new accessory packages for the 2019 and 2020 Ford Ranger from Ford Performance bring the little truck as close to its big brother as possible today. Going all-in on the accessory packages adds Fox IFP coilovers to the front and 2.0-inch Fox monotube dampers
Jason GondermanJul 20, 2020
Truckin how to
How to Bulletproof a 6.0L Ford Power Stroke Engine
Learn how to rid a Power Stroke of its bad reputation
Jeremy CookJul 20, 2020
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10 Ways The All-New 2021 Ford Bronco Beats The Jeep Wrangler
We try to remain fair and impartial in almost everything that we do, and with the launch of the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco, that’s been no different. However, the masses have spoken, and we’ve heard the demands for our take on how the Bronco beats its nearest competitor, the Jeep Wrangler. There’s no doubt that
Jason GondermanJul 18, 2020
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10 Ways the Jeep Wrangler Beats the All-New 2021 Ford Bronco
With all of the coverage of the new Bronco’s recent unveiling, you would have thought that it spelled the end of the Jeep Wrangler. Does the Wrangler even have any redeeming qualities anymore? Is it even relevant? You might not think so if you read the Ford press releases, clearly claiming their Bronco is superior
Sean P. HolmanJul 18, 2020
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What Is a Granny Gear Transmission?
What is a granny gear transmission: a question a child might ask but not a childish question. Opinions vary on what constitutes a “granny tranny,” but in a nutshell it’s a manual transmission with an extremely deep First gear ratio that allows the vehicle to crawl along at a super-slow pace akin to that of
Christian HazelJul 17, 2020
Truckin features
Qruisin PCH- Quarantine Cruise 6
Check Out More Cool Trucks on These Other Cruises! Qruisin PCH- Quarantine Cruise 5 Kustoms, Inc. Cruise Night 2 1500 Classic Vehicles Descend on Huntington Beach for 4th Quarantine Cruise Kustoms Inc. Cruise Night We headed out for a Sunday drive in Huntington Beach, California, as part of the sixth edition of the Quarantine Cruise.
Jeremy CookJul 17, 2020
Truck Trend news
Can This Dump Truck Do Wheelstands? And Why Would Someone Try?
Roadkill’s David Freiburger Answers Questions About the Stubby Bob 1950 Ford F-6 Project Truck
David FreiburgerJul 17, 2020
Diesel Power features
5 Best 5.9L Common-Rail Cummins Upgrades
Check Out These Other Diesel Stories! EFILive-Tuned Cummins Duramax vs. Cummins Whenever the question, “What is the all-time best diesel engine (installed in pickup trucks)?” is asked among hardcore diesel enthusiasts, the very subjective responses usually favor Cummins’ venerable 5.9L oil burners, the 12- and 24-valve engines that powered Dodge Ram rigs from 1989 to
K.J. JonesJul 16, 2020
Truck Trend Network news
1969 Ford Bronco With 5-Speed and Off-Road Upgrades at Barrett-Jackson
The Barrett-Jackson July 2020 online auction keeps chugging along. Several of the vehicles being sold at auction are reaching their reserve and have been sold, but we spotted this clean 1969 Ford Bronco sold as Lot 106, for which the bidding was still active. Yeah, it’s got a really nice crystal granite paintjob with red
Christian HazelJul 16, 2020

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They say everything is bigger in Texas, which meant in order to stand out Carlos Zapata needed to go bigger than anything he had ever done. Born and raised in Dallas, Carlos was part of a migrant worker family that did a lot of traveling. From picking oranges in Florida to working sugar beets in

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